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Global DSL Penetration Ranking

The latest global market assessment, from Point Topic.

(Total DSL subscribers)

1 China 19,497,000
2 USA 15,106,294
3 Japan 13,887,000
4 Germany 7,450,000
5 France 7,184,000
6 South Korea 6,729,406
7 UK 4,987,450
8 Italy 4,935,000
9 Taiwan 3,200,000
10 Spain 2,884,807
11 Canada 2,807,911
12 Brazil 2,092,500
13 Netherlands 2,032,500
14 Australia 1,351,000
15 Belgium 1,112,350

The perspective is very different when you rank based upon country size.

(DSL/100 phone lines)

1 South Korea 28.9
2 Taiwan 24.4
3 Israel 22.9
4 Finland 22.2
5 Belgium 21.7
6 France 21.1
7 Hong Kong 21.1
8 Netherlands 20.3
9 Norway 19.6
10 Japan 19.5
11 Denmark 18.3
12 Italy 18.0
13 Switzerland 16.5
14 Singapore 15.5
15 Spain 15.4
16 Sweden 14.3
17 UK 14.2
18 Canada 14.1
19 Germany 13.9
20 Austria 13.0

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